December 1, 2004 On the Move December 1, 2004 On the Move On the Move Ben W. Subin joined Holland & Knight in Orlando as a partner. Subin focuses in complex construction litigation, including defects, delay damages, acceleration claims, default terminations, bid protests, and changed conditions. Ed Guntin and Grace P. Laba joined Akerman Senterfitt in Ft. Lauderdale. Guntin was hired as of counsel in the intellectual property practice group. Laba was hired as an associate in the corporate practice group. Additionally, Mike Wilde, Mike Hennen, Brent Spain, Mike Wenger, Jim Frye, Mike McNatt, Cris Roper and Nancy Campiglia joined the firm’s Orlando office. Carlton Fields announces that Guinevere M. Christmann has joined the firm’s Tampa office as an associate in the Real Estate and Mortgage Financing Practice Group , and Christopher M. Sacco has joined the firm’s Tampa office as an associate in the Litigation and Dispute Resolution Practice Group. Dunlap & Moran, P.A. announced the addition of Thomas Luzier as a shareholder in the firm’s Sarasota office. Luzier focuses on representation of individual and corporate clients in all phases of commercial and residential real estate transactions, business transactional practice, and representation of institutional and private lenders in the documentation of loan transactions. Adam J. Kohl announces the formation of the Law Offices of Adam J. Kohl, P.A. , with offices at 11839 San Jose Blvd., Suite 200, Jacksonville 32223; phone (904) 880-2223; fax (904) 880-2268; e-mail: [email protected] The firm concentrates in personal injury and consumer protection litigation. Michael Romm has relocated Michael R. Romm, P.A., to 150 S.E. 12th Street (Davie Blvd.), Suite 101, Ft. Lauderdale 33316; phone (954) 779-1015; fax (954) 779-1019; e-mail: [email protected] Nicole D. Quinn has rejoined Carlton Fields in its Miami office as an associate in the Labor and Employment Practice Group. Quinn concentrates her practice in cases concerning the Americans with Disabilities Act, Rehabilitation Act, Title VII, Family and Medical Leave Act, contracts, and medical malpractice and insurance defense. Manuel Gonzalez, Jr., announced the relocation of his office to 2100 Ponce De Leon Blvd., Suite 1170, Coral Gables 33134-5201; phone (305) 444-1400; fax (305) 443-0903; e-mail: [email protected] D. Jean Ryan and Marcia T. Dunn announce the formation of Ryan & Dunn, P.A., with office located at 3900 N.W. 79th Ave., Suite 417, Miami 33166; phone (305) 513-3303; fax (305) 513-3310; e-mail: [email protected], [email protected] The firm will concentrate its practice in the representation of debtors, creditors, and trustees in Ch. 7, 11, and 13 bankruptcy cases. Michael J. Rosen, P.A. has relocated its office to Grove Forest Building, 2937 Southwest 27th Ave., Suite 101, Miami 33133; phone (305) 446-6116; fax (305) 446-6150; e-mail: [email protected], [email protected] Anthony A. Garganese was named managing shareholder of Brown, Garganese, Weiss & D’Agresta, P.A., in Orlando. Garganese practices in the area of city, county, and local government law. Erin Ackor joined Moore and CO, P.A., in Miami. Ackor concentrates in all aspects of marine and aviation law. Keith E. Broll rejoined Rice & Rice with offices at 222 Seabreeze Blvd., in Daytona Beach and 1 Florida Park Drive South, Suite 301, in Palm Coast. Broll primarily represents clients in the areas of business law and commercial litigation. Nicole A. Deese, Perdita M. Martin, Brooke Wagner Odom, D. Finn Pressly, Jerald Steven Southwell and Yvette F. Zassenbraker joined Fowler White Boggs Banker as associates. Deese practices in the firm’s securities, financial service, and white collar practice. Martin, Odom and Pressly practice in the appellate practice group. Southwell practices in the environmental and land use practice group. Zassenbracker practices in the health care practice group. Ellyn Bogdanoff joined the litigation department of Atkinson, Diner, Stone, Mankuta & Ploucha, P.A., in Hollywood. Bogdanoff concentrates her practice in the area of commercial litigation. Ingrid Suarez joined the Office of General Counsel, Jacksonville Field Office of the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development. Suarez will provide advice and services with respect to all departmental programs and activities. Charles L. Gibbs II and Michael T. Fackler joined the Jacksonville office of McGuire Woods, LLP. Both joined the firm’s commercial litigation department. Cristopher S. Rapp joined Jones, Foster, Johnston & Stubbs, P.A., as an associate in its litigation department. Cathleen Scott, P.A., announced the opening of its new law office located at Jupiter Gardens, 250 South Central Blvd., Suite 104, Jupiter 33458; phone (561) 653-0008; Web site Floridalaborlawyer.com. The firm also will continue to maintain its West Palm Beach office. Richard H. Martin joined the litigation group of Akerman Senterfitt in Tampa as an associate. Daniel P. Faust joined the corporate practice group of Akerman Senterfitt in Miami as an associate. Olga Gonzalez, P.A. has relocated to 4000 Ponce de Leon Blvd., Coral Gables 33146; phone (305) 448-4686. Gonzalez continues to practice in the area of intellectual property law. Ilian Rashtanov joined south Miami office of The Law Offices of Michael J. Yates, P.L. The firm also relocated and expanded its offices to Sunset Station Plaza at 5975 Sunset Dr., Suite 602, Miami 33143. Jennifer T. Miller joined the litigation and dispute resolution group of Kluger, Peretz, Kaplan & Berlin, P.L., in Miami. Miller focuses her practice on commercial litigation.
It was smooth sailing for the Wisconsin men’s basketball team Tuesday night at the Kohl Center, where UW defeated North Dakota 78-64.Wisconsin (2-1) never trailed and held a lead for all but 52 seconds throughout the game. At one point, that lead reached a 26-point margin.All five UW starters scored in double figures. Ethan Happ and Bronson Koenig led the way with 17 points apiece. Vitto Brown added 12 points, and Nigel Hayes and Zak Showalter added 11 and 10, respectively.Here’s a breakdown of the Badgers’ second-straight win:When you knew it was overNo offense to North Dakota, but this thing was done from the first couple of minutes. Wisconsin jumped out to a 7-0 lead and not even ice cold shooting during the first half could get North Dakota back into the game.Wisconsin player of the game: Ethan HappHapp’s first two outings for the Badgers saw him getting limited playing time because of foul trouble and not much offensive contribution. That changed Tuesday night when Happ stayed in the game by limiting his fouls (only one in the first half). By halftime, the redshirt freshman had 11 points and six rebounds. He finished with 17 points and seven rebounds, with seven boards coming on the offensive glass.North Dakota player of the game: Geno CrandallCrandall managed only three points in the first half, but turned up the heat from downtown in the second half. In the final 20 minutes, Crandall was 5-for-5 from three-point range and finished the game 6-for-6, making just as many threes as the entire Wisconsin team.Crandall finished with a game-high 19 points and added five rebounds in just 22 minutes of action.Play of the game: Happ goes behind-the-backWith 10:29 remaining in the first half, freshman Charlie Thomas got his hands on a loose ball. Happ came up with it from the floor and started cruising up the court, not dribbling out of control. When he approached the three-point line, Happ weaved the ball around his torso, faking out the North Dakota defender with a behind-the-back move that brought “oooohs” and “aaahhhss” from the Kohl Center crowd.Now with a clear path to the basket, Happ rose high above the rim and threw down a tomahawk jam to put the Badgers up 21-11.NotableWhen UW head coach Bo Ryan emptied the UW bench in the game’s final minutes, freshman Brevin Pritzl didn’t enter the game. That’s because after playing four minutes in Sunday’s win over Siena, Pritzl told the coaching staff the foot he broke in August wasn’t feeling well.North Dakota was the team Frank Kaminsky scored his school-record 43 points against just less than two years ago (Nov. 19, 2013).Nigel Hayes may not be scoring the ball very well right now (he was 1-for-8 from the field Tuesday), but he has 15 assists and no turnovers through the season’s first three games.QuotableZak Showalter on Andy Van Vliet having to sit out 2015-16:“It’s just a bummer. He’s going to have to take it, do the best he can to prepare for next year and get a lot better. He’s got a big frame so he’s going to put on some weight, but he’s just got to stay positive. I know it’s frustrating to hear, but he’ll do the best he can.”Men’s basketball: Van Vliet ruled ineligible for 2015-16 seasonFreshman forward Andy Van Vliet has officially been ruled ineligible for the 2015-16 season after the NCAA upheld their initial Read…Ethan Happ on scoring off putbacks:“I don’t see myself as a garbage bucket man. I see those types of guys in high school, but I’m going to do whatever I can to help the team win. I don’t care if I score two points or if I score 17 points. It really doesn’t matter to me what I contribute as long as our team wins.”Bo Ryan on Nigel Hayes’ turnover-to-assist ratio: “How could you not like that? They’d have to lock me up if I said I didn’t like that.”